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here on capitol hill. >> thank you so much for that. meanwhi meanwhile, texas does it again. the top state for business in 2012 in cnbc's annual study. in fact, texas has never done worse than second place. governor rick perry says they're gom coming there because texas is still the land of opportunity. >> you know what else they say? read my lips, no income tax rates in the state of texas. anyway, many thanks. programming note for tomorrow. i'm going to be live from washington. very special guest, former federal reserve chairman alan greenspan and house republican majority leader congressman eric cantor. coming up next, tonight's show. remember when president papa bush said read my lips? no new taxes? look where that got him. now, president obama said, obama tax was a mandate, not a new tax. oops. we're reading his lips. is he going to suffer the same fate. it's all up next on "kudlow." ♪ [ male announcer ] this is our beach. ♪ this is our pool. ♪ our fireworks. ♪ and our slip and slide. you have your idea of summer fun, and we have ours. now during the summer event get an e
was one of the deadliest in the united states. we are remembering the 13 killed at ft. hood, texas, in 2009. the 32 killed in virginia tech in 2007 and the 14 killed at columbine high school in 1999, just to name a few. we just also remind ourselves that evil people do evil things. these senseless acts of violence are not indicative of our great country. joining us now is former miami police chief john timine for the minister of interior in bahrain and bill owens. governor owens, thank you both for coming on. you were governor at the columbine tragic high school shooting. when you got up this morning and heard about this aurora story what was your first thought? >> larry, just exactly that. here we ego again. what a tragedy. it wasn't that many years ago we had columbine. here we have the same sort of misguided, sick individual that kills innocent people. i agree with your comments. this is a great country. crime has been falling dramatically. we still have these sorts of challenges and we are living with one tonight again in colorado. >> before i get to chief timine, bill, what ha
in a moment by republican conference chairman jeff henderling of texas and utah republican mike lee. senator, look. to me this is a great opportunity to help the economy. instead, class warfare gets in the way. now it's an opportunity to cause a double dip recession. why did it have to happen this way, senator lee? >> it didn't have to happen this way. it shouldn't have had to happen this way. it's not the fault of the american people that congress hasn't done the hard things, that congress hasn't made the decision to cut where cutting is needed. raising taxes is not going to help the situation. yet that is what's happening. in the process of raising taxes, we are not only not going to solve the problem because 94% of our deficit still remain intact. what we are going to do is kill 710,000 jobs according to ernst & young, jobs from the people who can least afford it. they are not top 1% jobs, mind you. >> jeb, welcome back to the show. we appreciate it. you will be our last bastion. please tell us there is no chance the senate bill will pass the house. no class warfare. no tax hikes on succe
am from baltimore south carolina... bloomington, california... austin, texas... we are all here to represent the country we love this is for everyone back home it's go time. across america, we're all committed to team usa. >>> stocks gyrated throughout the day and investors are jittery. profits are the mother's milk of stocks. so alcoa kicked off with a one penny beat after the company substantially cut back on guidance. when is a beat a beat? let's bring in distinguished investor ken heebner, capital growth management. i don't want to rain on your parade to buy america. ford, p & g, they are all slashing guidance. this beat gain doesn't do much for me. what's your thinking? >> we have a problem with the rest of the world. europe is in a deepening recession. china is facing a slow down. india and brazil disappointed so you need to focus on earnings coming from the united states. ford is doing well in north america. they have growing losses in europe. we have to focus the portfolio. >> if you have this falter. gdp growth. manufacturing drop below 50. >> first i would make the poi
's attack on private equity continues. today the president went to texas for another fund-raiser and villified business by saying the american economy will only grow by growing big government spending. public investment, that's the code word. new numbers out today say the tactic is backfiring. let's talk quickly with our friend polls ter scott rasmussen. best in the country. are there numbers on this? the romney attack on bain capital and the attack on business. you know, entrepreneurs can't survive unless government backs them up. what do the numbers tell us? >> first, the attacks on bain capital and mitt romney have had an impact. 41% say romney's business record is raising the vote against him up 7 points from earlier in the year. people trust him more on the economy. people believe businessmen seeking their own profit, trying to grow their own company will do more to create jobs than policy makers. when we asked the specific question who creates more jobs, what's the better way to go, venture capital companies or government programs, by a 57-27 margin people say it's v
of course tonight obamacare repeal. joining us is andy card, now the dean of the bush school at texas a&m university. andy card, as always, welcome back to the show. >> thank you. >> i think you may have heard mr. ben jealous talk about the lack of specifics from mitt romney, and particularly, i thought ben's last point, you know, for a small business people and the african-american community, entrepreneurs, how do they get credit, how do they break through on contracts, these are things it seems to me that all small business people want. and maybe mr. romney hasn't given it a enough thought, hadn't had enough specifics, in general, not just to the naacp. >> well, it's too early in the campaign. i happen to think that mitt romney did a terrific job before the naacp convention today. first of all, he did show up. second of all, he was very presidential. third, it was a challenging audience. he allowed the audience to boo, but he did not react in a hostile way. in fact, he was very measured and actually skillful in describing his position. so i thought he did a terrific job. and i actuall
the tax return? texas governor rick perry said release your taxes, chris christie has said release your taxes. he's going to release this year's taxes. right? they want him to release more taxes. why? why should he? >> romney's argument today in our interview was that he's not going to give the left 100 pages, 1,000 pages as he told me to go sift through, 20 to disse the rest of the summer and make that campaign. romney does not want his wealth to be an issue. i spoke to haley barbour, he said he has to get this stuff out there or it's going to be a distraction. but romney's whole campaign is digging in because they do not want to play the chicago-style game when it comes to wealth. they're going to put it right back to romney and play hardball. >> hang on, stay with us. joining us now is our special guest top romney surrogate, former new hampshire governor john sinunu. the governor, as always, welcome back to the "kudlow report." let me read what you told reporters on a conference call this morning. and isle quote, the president clearly demonstrated that he has absolutely no idea how t
with mitt romney. our market after the close. texas instruments not that good. we got that and moody's changed to negative for germany, for lu luxembourg, netherlands. they have held up well. we could expect one more day down from europe. remember my game plan. there's always a bull market somewhere and i promise to find it for you right here at "mad money." i'm jim cramer. see you tomorrow. hey, larry. big show tonight. what do you have lined up? >>> thanks, jimmy. mitt romney. plus when mickey d's stands for deflation you have global stock market problems. good evening, i'm larry kudlow. this is "the kudlow report." our top story tonight, my exclusive one on one interview with mitt romney. his first interview since the vile colorado shooting. two-thirds of americans tonight blame bad obama policy and wrong obama actions for the economic malaise we're in. that's from the hill.com. we'll talk with him about that. >>> another special guest this evening, former house majority leader dick armey joins us. tonight, the dow drops 101 points easing off an early cliff dive. cnbc's brian shac
and senator kay bailey hutchison of texas, up next. choose control. introducing gold choice. the freedom you can only get from hertz to keep the car you reserved or simply choose another. and it's free. ya know, for whoever you are that day. it's just another way you'll be traveling at the speed of hertz. >>> welcome back to "the kudlow report." i'm larry kudlow. in this half hour, why is ceo confidence in the economy plunging? it dropped 50 percentage points in the last quarter. what is going on here? and where are the animal spirits that made the u.s. rule the global economy in the '80s and the '90s? where are they? >>> also tonight, jobs, stocks and the fed. the europeans, the brits and the chinese all ease their central bank policies. will tomorrow's jobs report make the fed go next? >>> first up, the obama and romney campaigns have their own fingers cross this had evening. tomorrow's jobs report could be an election game-changer. here to discuss is former vermont governor howard dean. and we welcome back kay bailey hutchison. howard dean, the consensus survey for jobs tomorrow is about
... bloomington, california... austin, texas... we are all here to represent the country we love. this is for everyone back home. it's go time. across america, we're all committed to team usa. >>> welcome back to "the kudlow report." i'm larry kudlow. in this half hour caterpillar gives up above market wage and benefit levels. this company cat has created 6500 new jobs in the usa. they say they're doing it to create even more. we'll see if that model works. >>> also tonight, mitt romney has been attacked for having a swiss bank account. so what? there's nothing wrong with it as long as it's being discloedsed and the tax is being paid. we'll have to show the political figures who failed on both counts. i've called for mitt romney to simplify his agenda into an easy to understand, reaganesque growth plan. last night on this show, an exclusive cnbc interview, he did that. he unveiled his five-point plan for economic growth. take a listen. >> there are really five key points. one is to take extraordinary advantage of our energy resources. i have a very different view than the preside
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